Terri Irwin turned heads in Brisbane on Wednesday as she ran errands wearing an eye-catching crocodile tooth face mask.
The 57-year-old Irwin family matriarch kept Covid-safe in her black mask as she picked up some groceries.
Terri cut a casual figure in jeans and a T-shirt as she loaded up her trolley, before packing the items into the boot of her car.
Terri ditched the khaki Australia Zoo uniform and instead wore a Mossman Gorge T-shirt, after presumably once visiting the gorgeous spot in Far North Queensland.
She swept her brunette hair into a low ponytail.
Terri did some heavy lifting by packing several boxes into the back of her white SUV.
She also picked up various household items, including toilet paper and bread.
Terri, the widow of late conservationist Steve Irwin, runs Australia Zoo with her daughter Bindi, 23, son Robert, 17, and son-in-law Chandler Powell, 24.
The family vowed to carry on Steve’s legacy through their wildlife conservation work after his death 15 years ago.
Steve died on September 4, 2006, at the age of 44 after being pierced in the chest with a stingray barb while filming a documentary on Queensland’s Batt Reef.
In March, Terri said how ‘proud’ Steve would be of Bindi after she gave birth to daughter Grace Warrior Irwin Powell, now five months.
‘Love is not a big enough word. My heart is so incredibly happy. And I know that Steve would be beyond proud,’ she said.
‘Grace is the next generation to continue his mission and message of conservation. She chose her parents wisely. Bindi and Chandler are already the best parents ever!’